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Edmunds.com’s Fuel-Sipper Smackdown 4 competition crowns the 2011 Chevy Volt the new car that’s cheapest to fuel, edging out the 2012 Fiat 500.
The interest is there, but gas cars beat alternative-fuel vehicles on price and perceived convenience, a new study of consumer preferences shows.
Ronn Motor Company offers college students an automotive design challenge: design a sleek interior and exterior for its new hybrid to win money for their school’s design program.
A new survey conducted in North America and Europe finds that six out of ten car-buyers want the same bells and whistles in a green vehicle that they’ll find in the gas-only competition.
A concept vehicle created for panoramic landscape viewing on off-road expeditions features in-wheel motors driven by an electric-diesel hybrid system.
A new hybrid vehicle bodywork material being developed by Imperial College London researchers would allow the body of a car to act as its own rechargeable battery.
A Munich University student has designed a stylish and efficient Lamborghini hybrid concept which aims to delight enthusiasts craving sleek aesthetics while also advocating hybrid efficiency.
A new concept vehicle by designer Prodan Dragos features a retractable roof embedded with solar panels, a hybrid 4×4 drive train and versatile indoor space for camping.
In a hopeful sign for the greening of Detroit, Ford has announced that sales of the 2010 Ford Fusion Hybrid have already helped the company surpass all previous hybrid sales records, despite a slump in the hybrid industry overall.